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About 50 faculty and staff members at Fayetteville Technical Community College on Thursday heard what the first of two finalists for college president believes are critical issues facing the …

FTCC announces two finalists for college president

Fayetteville Technical Community College on Tuesday released the names of the two finalists to succeed college President J. Larry Keen, who is retiring in January. The finalists are Mark Sorrells, …

In this week’s notebook: U.S. News & World Report names Cape Fear Valley as a Best Regional Hospital, a local educator wins a state association’s Teacher of the Year award, and Rose Rasmussen is named to lead Fayetteville’s Internal Audit Office.

Davis Molnar may hold the distinction of being the top high school male athlete in the state, but it is an honor the Terry Sanford High School graduate shares with others. He is skilled in …

In this week’s notebook: an FSU professor receives a Fulbright education award, Fayetteville to hold a Developer Workshop Thursday, the FSU Foundation receives a $50K Enterprise Holdings award and Cumberland County Schools is conducting a bus survey.

FTCC, partners announce solar power training program

Fayetteville Technical Community College will partner with Blue Ridge Power and Cumberland County Schools to offer a pre-apprenticeship program in solar power construction to high school students …

FTCC board moves forward with presidential search

The Fayetteville Technical Community College board of trustees met Thursday in a special called meeting to receive recommendations from the Presidential Search Committee on the potential successor to …

Students will not have to wear uniforms in Cumberland County public schools in the coming school year. School uniform requirements will be waived for the 2022-23 term, according to a news release.

On the recommendation of Cumberland County Schools Superintendent Marvin Connelly Jr., the Board of Education approved five district-level appointments and one principal appointment at a meeting Wednesday morning.

Cumberland County Schools welcomes year-round students

“Good morning, Hornet family!” With that opening delivered over the intercom, Principal David Greene kicked off the new school year Monday morning for the 525 students who attend Anne Chesnutt Middle School on Skibo Road.

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